Film Education: From Framework to Impact 2019-

Foto: Robin Skjoldborg
The project aims to devise a practical approach to film education that can be used across Europe.

A growing number of European countries are focusing on film in the classroom. Among several international initiatives is 'Film Education: From Framework to Impact'. 

The project, supported by Creative Europe, aims to establish the conditions for the highest possible quality of film education practice. 

In 2020, the focus is on sharing experience, generating inspiration and gaining new knowledge.

The setting is four regional seminars and an online course, a so-called MOOC, or Massive Open Online Course, entitled 'Film Education: A User’s Guide'.

The seminars and the course are aimed at teachers, communicators and decision-makers working in film literacy for children and youth in the education sector, including preschools, and at film festivals, cinematheques, libraries and film institutes in Europe and internationally.

The Massive Open Online Course

The online course 'Film Education: A User’s Guide' will examine how to work with film literacy, how to build a solid infrastructure, how to work strategically and how to assess the importance and impact of the effort.

Participants will be able to read texts, watch tutorials, solve assignments and have a dialogue with each other. The course runs around 16 hours, which may advantageously be spread across four weeks.

The course is free, is taught in English and is open to participants from around the world.

Film Education: A User's Guide

The first run of the course was available 23 March – 17 May 2020.

The second run is available 12 October – 22 November 2020.

Explore different ways to deliver film education from across Europe. The topics are:

  • Defining film education
  • Choosing, watching, talking about film
  • Analyzing film
  • Making film
  • Pre-school settings
  • Access and resources
  • Cinema, archive and film festival settings
  • National strategies, structures and models
  • Evaluating impact

Seminars in Europe

Four regional seminars, of two to three days, will take place in autumn 2020. The seminars will be held in Estonia, Slovenia, Hungary and Greece, in collaboration with regional partners and with participants from many neighbouring countries. In all, 25 countries are expected to be represented.

Based on best practice examples from around Europe, the seminars will focus on the same subjects as the online course:

Tallin, Estonia: 27-28 August 2020 
Athens, Greece: 9-10 October 2020
Budapest, Hungary: 15-17 October 2020
Ljubljana, Slovenia: TBA (online event)


Partners:

Facts

Status
Ongoing

Running
2019-

Contact

Charlotte Giese
Special Adviser
Tel. +45 2332 9030
charlotg@dfi.dk